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Friday, December 10, 1971 ---f-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page; Nine
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Guard trouble

plague s

Purdue

Always Elegant
Always Appropriate
Always Appreciated

By ELLIOT LEGOW
While eight of the Big Ten bas-
ketball teams have decided that it
takes a strong defense to w inu
games, Purdue's George 91I n g
loins Johnny Orr in the conser-
vative school that prefers to run
and gun and let the offens~e decide
the score.
In the past the Boilermakers
have relied on a strong rebound-o
ing frontline and a sticky' de-
fense, but with forward George
Faerber and defensive guards
Steve Longfellow and Billy Xroc,
along with Larry Weatherf a r d
gone, King is switching to the
"rag and go" offense.
Providing the' power for t be0
Purdue offense are seniors Bob
Ford and Bill Franklin, who
form two-thirds of the Boilermaker
front line and have averaged 19.7
and 20.7 respectively in Purdue's
three early season victories.
Franklin, starting at center, is
also on- top in the rebound state
with 10.7 per game and Ford is
second in both scoring and re-
bounding categories. The rest of
sing's lineup is extremely flexible
as he rotates from nine to eleven

players in each game to keep the i.eian games, and both are sup-
,team on the floor sharp: Junior, posedly improved as a result.
guard. Dennis Gamauf and sopho-' Last, season ford led the Boiler-
more forward Frank Kendrick are makers in scoring, field goal shoot-
the only other players averaging! ing, assists and minutes played.
in double figures although Gamaufi His 22-point Big Ten scoring aver-'
is: only an occasional starter andI age is the third best of returning.
1 indick, plays behind Jim Rogers players, behind Henry Wilmore and
at forwards Alan H{ornyak, and his 53 per uentj
jK'ing admits his team will be. shooting average, indicates a dead-I
"questionable on defense, but we'll ly shooting eye. With the Pan-
rely more on quickness this wint- American team be boosted that
er for our defense rather than average to 65 per cent.
sstrength.' We definitely have to " Franklin opens at the pivot for
se rated =contenders." the, Boilermakers and is expected
Thlis he isi to improve on his 13.7 scoring ave~r-
Tlhe rtrenste easyr age. He ;led the Big Ten touring
Michigfan (without LindellĀ° Rea- team in Australia with a 14.8 aver-
son) and Northern Illinois don't; age and is also a good percentage
tell too much about the Soilermak-! shooter, having canned 47 percent
ers' chances,. however, and theirin177.
vr akness in the backcourt may? Rogers at the other forward spot
hart. None of the guards- Ga-4 is a strong rebounder with speed
Maur, Dave Luke, Jovan price, but is not good offensively. Kin-
Tom Gilbert or 'handy Thompson drick may eventually replace Rag
are strong on defense" and none ers in the. starting quintet but
possesses the outside shot t h a t the 6-6 sophomore still is short
could be important for the Boiler- on experience.
fmakers in combating the zone de-! Without a solid backcourt, King
Tenses they are likely to see. ! may run into problems when his'

Look out Teh
Eastern Michigan defensive end Steve Mandreger, in the rakish
cap, arrives in Wichita Falls, Texas where the Hurons will battle,
Louisiana Tech tomorrow in the Pioneer Bowl. Back Jim Grace
looks on impishly.

"Thei trunk
Is enormous'

Ford and Franklin do give the" team confronts first-class oppose-
Boilermakers an explosive of- tion. This week end they get their
tdnse, though. Both went touring! first test as they tackle N o rt t h
this summer, Franklin to Aus-J Carolina State tonight and rlem-
tralis. and Ford to the Pan-Amer- son tomorrow.
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